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VOTE FOR INCE: VOTING CLOSING SOON!

23 March 2015




Rohan Ince’s sublime volley against Swindon Town is in the running for Mitre’s 2014 Goal of the Year and there is only a day left to cast your vote!


The Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder lashed home an unstoppable strike in the second round of this season’s Capital One Cup and, after Albion supporters voted it the club’s best goal of the calendar year, the Seagulls’ media team put it forward for the Mitre Goal of the Year competition.

Ince’s goal has now been selected amongst the ten best from the Football League and Seagulls fans can vote for the strike to be crowned the best of 2014.

The Football League has teamed up with Mitre and Soccer AM to give fans the chance to vote and the top ten were revealed on Soccer AM. 

Fans can now watch all the contenders and vote for their favourite by clicking here. By voting, fans will also be given the chance to win a pair of tickets to attend the prestigious awards night.

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The players and clubs included in the vote are:
 
AFC Bournemouth - Yann Kermorgant
Brighton & Hove Albion - Rohan Ince
Fleetwood Town - David Ball
Peterborough United - Marcus Maddison
Plymouth Argyle - Andy Kellett
Portsmouth - Craig Westcarr
Preston North End - Joe Garner
Reading - Garath McCleary
Shrewsbury Town - Andy Mangan
Walsall – Jordan Cook
 
Voting closes at midnight on Tuesday 24th March when the ten goals will be whittled down to five remaining contenders. 

The overall winner will then be decided on the night from those five at the 2015 Football League Awards, with this year marking the 10th anniversary of the event, which takes place at The Brewery in London on Sunday 19th April.
 
To find out more about the Football League Awards visit www.FLAwards.com.

UPCOMING HOME FIXTURES

ALBION V WOLVES

SATURDAY 14TH MARCH, KICK-OFF 3PM


ALBION V NORWICH

FRIDAY 3RD APRIL, KICK-OFF 3PM



ALBION V BOURNEMOUTH

FRIDAY 10TH APRIL, KICK-OFF 7.45PM



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